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Empirical study of Data Completeness in Electronic Health Records in China

Caihua Liu, Didar Zowghi, Amir Talaei-Khoei, Zhi Jin
2020 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems  
As a dimension of data quality in electronic health records (EHR), data completeness plays an important role in improving quality of care.  ...  Conclusion: Our resulting conceptual model shows a substantial explanation of data completeness in EHR assessed in this study.  ...  Inc. for their valuable help in our data collection by distributing the survey in China.  ... 
dblp:journals/pajais/LiuZTJ20 fatcat:v6mb5qxg2rd4zersj7kz2bw5iy

Health Information Systems

C. Bréant
2012 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
SummarySummarize excellent current research in the field of Health Information Systems.Synopsis of the articles selected for the IMIA Yearbook 2012.Three papers from international peer reviewed journals  ...  have been selected for the section on health information systems.The selected articles illustrate current research regarding health IT impacts and evaluation and the latest developments in health information  ...  Acknowledgement I greatly acknowledge the support of Martina Hutter of the reviewers in the selection process of the IMIA Yearbook.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1639435 fatcat:omkj4uv3trc5zbgwd5zqymtnay

Factors Affecting Willingness on Sharing of Electronic Health Records Data: A Survey on Chinese Residents

Ying He, Qiu He, Lun Li, Weihong Wang, Wenting Zha, Qian Liu, Shahid Mumtaz
2022 Journal of Oncology  
China has been promoting sharing of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) data for several years.  ...  However, only a few studies have explored the views of Chinese residents on sharing personal health data, and the factors that affect sharing of EHRs have not been fully elucidated.  ...  Acknowledgments is research was supported by the National Social Science Fund, Study on the Acceptability and Influencing Factors of Social Robot for the Aged (No. 19CSH075).  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/5280792 pmid:35859662 pmcid:PMC9293563 fatcat:l2e4bqqexzdyfnnqepzwgq7f3q

Does A Medical Consortium Influence Health Outcomes of Hospitalized Cancer Patients? An Integrated Care Model in Shanxi, China

Miao Cai, Echu Liu, Hongbing Tao, Zhengmin Qian, Qiang (John) Fu, Xiaojun Lin, Manli Wang, Chang Xu, Ziling Ni
2018 International Journal of Integrated Care  
As for China, the most populous country in the world, cancer has become the leading cause of death and is a major problem in public health [1] .  ...  ., approximately 4,292,000 new invasive cancer cases were identified in China in 2015, and an astonishing number of 2,814,000 Chinese people died from cancer in 2015 [1] .  ...  We also thank the Health and Family Planning Commission in Shanxi for providing us with the data used in this study.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.3588 pmid:30127691 pmcid:PMC6095089 fatcat:3ifjgnmpqfg33pjb4trbirzgya

Patient-Reported Outcome Measures—Challenges and Opportunities for China

Donald E. Casey
2022 JAMA Network Open  
PROM data are now often collected through digital health interfaces that automate accurate and complete response capture and interoperable data transmission to electronic health records, clinical registries  ...  data capture and storage in patient records.  ...  Disclaimer: The views expressed in this commentary represent those of the author alone and should not be interpreted as policy of the National Quality Forum.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.11652 pmid:35544140 fatcat:vkl6kolbxvh45clttfzosx5pya

Analysis and Measurement of China's Population Health Informatization Development Strategy

Hongpu Hu, Liqin Xie, Qingkun Chen, Xing Gao, Yuqi Pi, Tao Dai
2019 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
This paper analyzes the development strategy of population health informatization in China, and summarizes the measurement direction and evaluation elements of population health informatization.  ...  From the perspective of the level of development, the framework of informatization evaluation is further refined.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was financially supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (71273280), National Social Science Fund (17BGL184).  ... 
doi:10.3233/shti190455 pmid:31438154 fatcat:42qx6s4nijdrdnqshs3i3rd32m

Factors Influencing the Information Service Quality of the Online Website of Hospitals in China

Lei Jiao, Yiping Wang, Muhammad Usman
2021 Scientific Programming  
Public access to information in the health care business in China is mostly through the Internet.  ...  This article uses Chinese hospitals as a case study, covering assessment system development and empirical research.  ...  Support plan of Taizhou City, Zhejiang Province, China ([2021]7).  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3283481 fatcat:yuqfaahpnzcwxomyfcpvfk7vii

Under-reporting of TB cases and associated factors: a case study in China

Danju Zhou, Michelle Pender, Weixi Jiang, Wenhui Mao, Shenglan Tang
2019 BMC Public Health  
This study found that over a quarter of TB cases recorded in the internal hospital records were not entered into the national TB reporting systems, leading to an under representation of national TB cases  ...  This study demonstrates that TB in Eastern China is being underreported.  ...  Another weak spot in health information management system is the lack of accessibility to data. Our study found that in China, only high-level CDC staff can access TB data.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-019-8009-1 pmid:31829147 pmcid:PMC6907198 fatcat:b7k3ngg6zzaqbdzpaad5cgby7a

Level and variation on quality of care in China: a cross-sectional study for the acute myocardial infarction patients in tertiary hospitals in Beijing

Yuqi Zhou, Xi Yao, Guofeng Liu, Weiyan Jian, Winnie Yip
2019 BMC Health Services Research  
Chart review study was conducted through the discharge data and medical records of inpatients to evaluate 6 quality outcomes of interest, including the use of aspirin, beta blocker, and statin at discharge  ...  However, little is known about quality of care delivered in China.  ...  Professional clinical physicians were trained to collect data from medical records in our study, but it will be a great challenge when this method is generalized to other hospitals in China.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-019-3872-0 fatcat:wpzknm54xnhj3eeifuoklhye24

Data Mining for Biomedicine and Healthcare

Zhengxing Huang, Jose M. Juarez, Xiang Li
2017 Journal of Healthcare Engineering  
Acknowledgments The guest editors of this special issue would like to thank all authors of the submitted papers, as well as all reviewers for their hard work and detailed reviews that led to eight accepted  ...  The case study was conducted in Xinjin region, which was able to build a complete, unified, and shared information system and many electronic health record components to integrate and manage health resources  ...  A major challenge in medical informatics is to build a regional health information exchange system. J. Lei et al. have faced this challenge in the context of health national reform in China.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/7107629 pmid:29065638 pmcid:PMC5585672 fatcat:vbipr5ljnnbnbppbc6foe5nfty

Has the DOTS Strategy Improved Case Finding or Treatment Success? An Empirical Assessment

Ziad Obermeyer, Jesse Abbott-Klafter, Christopher J. L. Murray, Arachu Castro
2008 PLoS ONE  
We investigate the impact of the expansion of the DOTS strategy on tuberculosis case finding and treatment success, using only empirical data.  ...  Given the lack of empirical evidence that DOTS reduces tuberculosis burden, considerable debate has arisen about its place in the future of global tuberculosis control efforts.  ...  Analyzed the data: ZO JA. Wrote the paper: CM ZO.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001721 pmid:18320042 pmcid:PMC2253827 fatcat:pt3lp7fhbnbdtojlmc6ip77qby

Perceived Value of Electronic Medical Records in Community Health Services: A National Cross-Sectional Survey of Primary Care Workers in Mainland China

Zining Xia, WenJuan Gao, Xuejuan Wei, Yingchun Peng, Hongjun Ran, Hao Wu, Chaojie Liu
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Objective: To evaluate the degree to which electronic medical records (EMRs) were used in primary care and the value of EMRs as perceived by primary care workers in China.  ...  The low level of functionality in data acquisition and referral arrangements runs counter to the requirements for "management of chronic conditions", the most preferred feature of EMRs in primary care.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank all the participants and those who helped collection of data. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17228510 pmid:33212868 pmcid:PMC7698410 fatcat:kdxltxdgxvf45ly3qrlisf7nqa

Technology Acceptance in Healthcare: A Systematic Review

Adi A. AlQudah, Mostafa Al-Emran, Khaled Shaalan
2021 Applied Sciences  
From a yield of 1768 studies collected, 142 empirical studies have met the eligibility criteria and were extensively analyzed.  ...  The results also revealed that Taiwan and the USA are leading the research of technology acceptance in healthcare, with a remarkable increase in studies focusing on telemedicine and electronic medical  ...  applications, and electronic health records (e.g., health information solutions and electronic medical records).  ... 
doi:10.3390/app112210537 fatcat:txewneset5dhhku737ie7t5o4m

A Multicenter Point-Prevalence Survey of Antibiotic Use in Haiti, June–August 2019: Findings and Implications

Hatim Sati, Mentor Ali Ber Lucien, Jenny Hsieh, Jean-Baptiste Theodule, Mauricio Cerpa, Nienke Bruinsma, Gerard Joseph, Patrick Dely, Jacques Boncy, Maria del Pilar Ramon-Pardo
2020 Infection control and hospital epidemiology  
Trained data collectors completed electronic forms using REDCap software including data related to antibiotic use, indications, and utilization of laboratory services from medical records of all inpatients  ...  Of the treatments, 92% were empiric with 6% reported as targeted. Only 13% (50 of 370) of the patient records indicated that samples were taken for microbiological identification.  ...  Trained data collectors completed electronic forms using REDCap software including data related to antibiotic use, indications, and utilization of laboratory services from medical records of all inpatients  ... 
doi:10.1017/ice.2020.495 fatcat:neot77hygjhk5l4g3dh7rfornq

A mobile social network-based smoking cessation intervention for Chinese male smokers: pilot randomised controlled trial (Preprint)

Jinsong Chen, Elsie Ho, Yannan Jiang, Robyn Whittaker, Tingzhong Yang, Chris Bullen
2019 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
At 6 weeks, 36 of 40 (90%) intervention participants and 35 of 40 (88%) control participants provided complete self-reported data on their daily smoking status via WeChat.  ...  Chinese male smokers aged 25-44 years were recruited online from WeChat, the most widely used social media platform in China.  ...  Acknowledgments The trial was completely funded by the University of Auckland. Promotion of the program on the WeChat platform was provided by the Tencent company.  ... 
doi:10.2196/17522 pmid:33095184 fatcat:iu36nvecx5ax7ofgbvpcncsgpq
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